How Big Is a Chickadee?


The chestnut backed chickadee is about four inches long. Builds nests of fine grass, feathers, plant fiber, hair and fur in abandoned or natural tree cavities or ones they excavate themselves and in bird houses. Lays five to seven, more or less, white, sometimes speckled eggs.
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Carolina Chickadee
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Aves Order: Passeriformes Family: Paridae Genus: Poecile Species: Poecile carolinensis
A southeastern counterpart to the more widespread Black-capped Chickadee, the Carolina Chickadee lives only in the United States. The two species are similar in appearance... More »
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Chickadee eggs are about the size of a dime. Most chickadees will lay about 7 dull white eggs with brown specks. Chickadees will lay one egg a day, so there may be more out in your
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